Analogue photography is predominantly left handed but digital is right. "What influence does this have on creativity?". More importantly; "Your images!".
Having been given many cameras by my father, the Canon 5d Mark I or Classic is one that I was interested in myself. I have had some months to play with it and see what it can do.
Finding a suitable street photography camera is important. Suitable for the photographer's style and bank balance. There are so many cameras today and so many situations. Here's my thinking and some suggestions...
I use digital as if it were manual analogue, so my setup is perhaps a little strange considering many people at JCH seem to be very into film. I use the Nikon D5200, together with Nikkor AIS lenses. I started this round of camera with the D5200 and the 18-105mm kit lens. The images were
My father recently purchased a Canon 5D Classic. Looking at Youtube videos to investigate which lens might be most appropriate it became apparent that pictures from the “Canon 5D mark I” all exhibit a rather special and pleasant look. This got me thinking… how can that be? and why did it stop?
This is the introduction to the kit I use, Nikon DSLR’s with Nikkor Manual Legacy AIS lenses. Nikon D610, D5200, P300, Canon G12 Nikkor AIS: 28mm f 3.5, 50mm f 1.8, 80-200mm f 4.5 Nikkor Non ai converted: 135mm f 4.5 Nikkor AFS 35mm f 1.8 FX version Nikkor DR-6 eyepiece I will start to
Since starting down the Nikon DSLR path we have acquired new bits. As a result of commercial photography for events we now use the Sigma 17-50 f2.8 for DX cameras on the Nikon D3300 and though the company we also have a Nikon D610 and a 35mm AFS f1.8. Why… The main reason is that
I use a Nikon D5200 together with Nikon’s older AIS lenses in manual mode. I originally bought the camera as a kit with the 18-105mm kit lens. The kit lens is absolutely useless; the results with auto-focusing are poor, the manual focusing is impossible, the lens does nothing to contribute to good crisp images. I